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An Open Letter To Admiral William McRaven

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August 20, 2018

As a Buck Sargeant (Rank without the pay,  three stripes,  E-4/1979-1983) in the United States Army,  I have to say,  we were the lowest rung on the totum pole.  Our opinions often over ruled,  silenced or just ignored by the lowest ranking officers. However,  we carried the biggest loads on our backs,  often did...
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Connecticut Needs Your Help

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August 14, 2018
Connecticut Needs Your Help

Connecticut is the southernmost state in the New England region of the northeastern United States. As of the 2010 Census, it has the highest per-capita income, Human Development Index (0.962), and median household income in the United States, yet it needs help.  Why? Well, simply put, from it’s earliest hardworking Dutch settlers to today,...
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Sarasota Graphic Design

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August 12, 2018
Sarasota Graphic Design

When you need that one graphic to make your story pop or you need a new website header graphic what do you do?  What do you do when you need to design a very exciting meme for your facebook group to highlight a new business product of service?  Many people rely on a free...
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Black Americans Find Freedom in WalkAway

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August 12, 2018
Black Americans Find Freedom in WalkAway

I walked away from the democratic party last year after seeing the destructive and fascist behavior coming from the left. Lee Green As a black American I was always under the impression that the conservatives were racist and worked to keep me in poverty. I never challeneged this idea because after all everybody seemed...
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DACA #WalkAway

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August 9, 2018
DACA #WalkAway

I’ve been hesitant to write on here but here we go. To give you guys some background I am a DACA recipient and I am so grateful at the opportunities this country has given me. I grew up in AZ and the immigration laws were tough. Heck we had sheriff Joe Arpaio, SB1070, no...
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WalkAway Liberals On Left Speak Out

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August 8, 2018
WalkAway Liberals On Left Speak Out

Kelly Reno Daw story is another #WalkAway of liberals speaking out as they leave the left. The first time I was eligible to vote, I registered as a Democrat. In high school, I vividly remember being given two separate sheets of paper, each describing the party in paragraph form. The Democrat sheet of paper...
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#WalkAway Poster Child

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August 7, 2018
#WalkAway Poster Child

#WalkAway has become a political phenomenon unlike anything to ever happen. Started as a traditional hashtag post and quickly going viral. Many liberals are coming clean and #WalkingAway from the left. Each and every story is unique and powerful in its own right.  As editor here at Black Hills Today, I enjoy reading or...
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#WalkAway Movement Picks Up Steam To Power A Huge Train

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July 16, 2018

In the last few weeks as social media has been sparking up the new hashtag WalkAway,  I’ve taken the liberty to read a few of the stories on a #WalkAway group on Facebook.  Everyone of these stories so far has been a deep personal story shared to the group that really are profoundly moving. ...
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South Venice Florida – New Website

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July 14, 2018

Scott Prentice has completed the South Venice Civic Association and South Venice Beach Endowment Trust website.  Working to help create a more dynamic website using WordPress, Scott has helped give the new site a more beach community feel and has also been teaching the staff how to use it more effectively as a news...
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2018 Sturgis Rally and Bike Week- Campground

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July 11, 2018
sturgis camping sites 2018

Sites are still available for Camping! Make your reservations today for camping at the 2018 Sturgis Rally and Bike Week A clean and quiet campground located on 13 acres in a beautiful river valley, Wyatt’s is voted the Best Black Hills campground and RV park. They humbly strive to continue caring for their guests. Creating...
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